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Apr 23, 2013 6:00pm EDT
from "breaking bad" and "walking dead" and "mad men," you've got to binge the first three years to get to the fourth. and it hurts. look, it doesn't hurt the programming crosses all ages, okay? and can be watched in binge fashion. son, daughter, parent, grandparent, the same way people watched "house of cards" from the day of its release. people love bingeing. finally, the rich people -- kids don't want to pay either for capable or amazon or itunes. for them, netflix is a great deal. all those factors in short, all favor the netflix bulls and eviscerate the bears at precisely the moment when the bears were supposed to win. it's a textbook failure of typical security analysis and all the handy work of a brilliant executive reed hastings. one more thing. maybe now as a $12 billion company, netflix won't last be seen as a potential growth engine acquisition for either microsoft or apple. although the former -- is to go it alone and the latter, well, they still think they're doing fabulously. their loss, netflix's shareholders gain. let's go to kiran in florida. kiran. >> caller: boo-yah,
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